Metal Injection

Steaksauce mustache brings the heavy laughs with balls deep in spiders

By Metal Injection | Published Feb 13, 2019

Lathered in all sorts of weird, but chaotically math-core, the gentlemen in Steaksauce Mustache bring forth a new album titled Superwoke to be released on March 15th via Silent Pendulum Records.

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Gear Gods 

STEAKSAUCE MUSTACHE DROP HEAVY LOAD WITH "DENIM DIAPER DADDIES"

By Sarlos Cantana | Published Feb 21, 2019

Hailing from Medford, Oregon, STEAKSAUCE MUSTACHE describes their music genre as “Chaotic Partycore”, and that feels pretty much spot on. It makes me feel like I’m shotgunning a beer, crowd killing, stage diving, and crowd surfing, all simultaneously while having a violent bout of diarrhea.

Read More:  https://geargods.net/premiere/steaksauce-mustache-denim-diaper-daddies/

Mathcore Index

exclusive premiere: steaksauce mustache - dance cops

By Christian Segerstrom | Published Jan 18, 2019

The band channels all the best elements of hardcore / mathcore acts like Every Time I Die, The Chariot, and The Dillinger Escape Plan, all with their signature hilarious gusto.

Read More: https://mathcoreindex.com/2019/01/18/exclusive-premiere-steaksauce-mustache-dance-cops/

The New Fury

tnf video premiere: steaksauce mustache "barnyard brodown"

By New Fury Media | Published Nov 12, 2019

If you’re a fan of the kind of chaotic rock and metal that bands like Greyhaven, He Is Legend, or even Dillinger Escape Plan bring to the table, you’re bound to love this. Add a few laughs, and BOOM, you have Steaksauce Mustache.

Read More:  http://thenewfury.com/tnf-video-premiere-steaksauce-mustache-barnyard-brodown/

DC NOISE

10 LOCAL BANDS FROM ACROSS THE US THAT YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT!

By Thom Schultz | Published May 9, 2016

Residing in Grants Pass, Steaksauce Mustache brings chaotic rock n’ roll to southwestern Oregon. The band has released two records thus far and their latest release “Eat What We Kill For You” is a chaotic-hardcore lovers dream. With inspiration taken from the chaotic mathcore heros like Norma Jean and The Chariot, Steaksauce Mustache a beautiful display of dissonance sure to keep you satisfied. And, of course, as is standard for the genre, their live performance is beyond energetic. Maybe even verging on insanity. But that’s just the way we like it.

Read More:  https://www.dcnoise.com/noise-blog/10-local-bands-from-across-the-us-that-you-need-to-check-out

Sound Link Magazine 

 Steaksauce Mustache are truly from a different planet 

 By Ben Schlotthauer | Published March 19, 2018 

As the title says, the fellas over in Steaksauce Mustache are truly from a different planet. That planet just so happens to be in Medford, Oregon of all places. If you’ve never experienced a Steaksauce show then you are truly missing out on an experience. I’ve tried formulating a description of these guys for quite some time and it seems to be if The Dillinger Escape Plan and Arsonists Get All The Girls had a baby, Steaksauce would be that baby. 

Read More:  https://www.soundlinkmagazine.com/steaksauce-mustache-are-truly-from-a-different-planet/

 New Noise

 Steaksauce mustache showcases chaotic hardcore with tour

 Published Feb 18, 2018

Imagine that The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Chariot and Every Time I Die had a three way baby together, and that baby grew up to have its own show on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, that would describe Steaksauce Mustache.

Read More: https://newnoisemagazine.com/steaksauce-mustache-showcases-chaotic-hardcore-tour/

Yesterdaze News

Steaksauce Mustache Performs Seattle's Top Knot Fest

By Diane Webb | Published April 5, 2018

They put on a high energy show that was completely focused on audience engagement as they took the show out into the crowd, whether with props like balloons, streamers or pool noodles or just taking themselves personally out into the audience or running across the rink floor dodging skaters like a desperate game of Frogger. The music was intense and the guys performance only took it over the top. It’s striking how many times a vocalist can change his clothes in one set while on the stage too! One thing for certain, I really want to see these guys perform again. What a great time out with Steaksauce Mustache!"

Read More:  https://yesterdazenews.com/2018/04/05/steaksauce-mustache-performs-seattles-top-knot-fest/

Heavy Blog Is Heavy

 It’s Time To Make A Laugh Deposit At Steaksauce Mustache’s “Space Bank”

 By Eden Kupermintz | Published March 19, 2018

 Space Bank” has just the right mix of fast, chaotic and distorted riffs, reminding us of Frontierer at times or the monolithic The Dillinger Escape Plan but it splices these riffs with more deathcore influenced breakdowns. The vocals run the same gamut, moving from the high pitched, frenetic timbre that is so emblematic of mathcore while also at times scraping the bottom of the guttural barrel for inspiration. The end result is pretty fucking heavy and mixes well with the off-kilter music video so click above and get to headbanging/drinking chocolate milk/fighting aliens. Whatever strikes your fancy.

Read More:  http://www.heavyblogisheavy.com/2018/03/19/exclusive-premiere-time-make-laugh-deposit-steaksauce-mustaches-space-bank/

Madness To Creation

(Video Review) “Space Bank” by Steaksauce Mustache

Published June 13, 2018

This band is crazy. Chaotic. Unpredictable. 

I am saying this with all seriousness. You put Foxy Shazam and Norma Jean in a mad science experiment, and with that experiment, you get Steaksauce Mustache. Throw in a dash of humor like Tom Green, and you get even more Steaksauce Mustache.

Read More:  https://madnesstocreation.net/2018/06/13/video-review-space-bank-by-steaksauce-mustache/

The Progressive Subway 

superwoke review

By sam1oq | Published Nov 4, 2019 

Musically, Steaksauce Mustache is a mathcore band, but instead of the “noisy and depressive” or “extremely pissed” sound that most seem to go for, they opt for sounding like party music from hell. “Adult Swim metalcore” is another way to put it. I’m not the most well-versed in Mathcore, but I haven’t heard anything like this from the genre before.

Read More:  https://theprogressivesubway.wordpress.com/2019/11/04/reports-from-the-progressive-metal-underground-things-we-missed-in-the-first-half-of-2019/?fbclid=IwAR0kBgo7HHxbX73mgroImwcGoI8778ruHjWXoPZxgPO-AZcJZGD-Svu5ikI